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January 07, 2010

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he's very handsome

I'd make out with your fish.

Sounds so easy, so good. And I'm impressed that you filet it yourself!
What are you doing with the Maine shrimp? I could use some ideas.

You inspired me, so I made this for dinner tonight, using sea bass which FarmBoy caught this summer. I also used cappelini and served with sauteed spinach. SO yummy!!

thanks for this and i look forward to the other fish recipes. i was just looking at the fish aisle the other day trying to decide if i should buy some or not; these recipes will help.

sunny12: I'm trying to get in at least one seafood meal per week. Hope these inspire you!

NurseJen: Ooooooo, I love bass. So glad you enjoyed it.

Karen: For the shrimp, I've been sauteing them with lots of garlic to put over pasta or just eat with crusty bread: http://www.foodonthefood.com/food_on_the_food/2007/03/really_really_h.html
Last night, I made a shrimp and corn chowder that was very tasty based on a recipe in the latest issue of Real Simple (I don't see it on their site, yet, though). Basically, leeks and fennel sauteed in butter, add chopped potatoes, fish stock, and milk, and simmer 12 minutes. Then add 2 cups frozen corn and 3/4 lb. shrimp, cook 'til done. Add chopped parsley and lemon juice (I used sherry vinegar). It could have used a bit of cayenne, too.

Jess: I hear he has a brother.

kitchensinkroslyn: Unfortunately, my photography always detracts from its subject.

I've made this exact dish with sea bass over spaghetti squash - lemon capers and butter - total yum.

Thanks for the chowder idea - sounds great. I'll give it a try.

That is one gorgeous fresh fish. I want to kiss it, and I couldn't even smell it! Why the heck isn't there a local seafood CSA where I live, one of the world's great seafood regions? Maybe there is. I'm going to look into it.

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